This week is all about Apocalypse Breakfast! How would your hosts survive in the aftertimes? Can breakfast fit in a bug out bag? Digressions include microphone etiquette, Polish chocolate, theme parks, the pronunciation of Croissan'wich, cuddly barnyard animals, and Thirty Minutes of Screaming. Brian likes chili. Truj has an anniversary surprise.
Dan Wearsch joins Truj and Brian this week! After a quick discussion about soggy cereal and orange juice, they discuss their experiences and feelings about Waffle House, the south's breakfast pride and joy. What can you expect when you visit a Waffle House? What do you order? How can you make the most of a sweet date with someone you love? Truj loves sassy waitresses. Brian loves grits. Dan loves his wife.
Truj had Staff Brunch, Brian messed up Soylent, and they both watched the Steven Universe episode "Together Breakfast"!
Truj and Brian talk about breakfast routines! How do we start our day? What role does commuting play in our mornings? Truj met Rob Gronkowski. Brian manages to make this a tech show.
Designer and editor Allison Truj joins me to talk about Over the Garden Wall, a quintessential Halloween miniseries. After an overview of the philosophical implications of the show, we delve into an episode-by-episode recap. Topics include Americana, MIyazaki, the Adventure Time dynasty, and our favorite fan theories.
A unique found footage movie by Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass, Creep is pure tension and anxiety. It just came out on Netflix two weeks ago, so go help build the buzz that this dense 75-minute flick deserves.
I believe that The Babadook is one of the best horror movies of the past ten years. Topics include themes that are rare for a haunted house horror movie, creepy special effects, and a brief look into the production of the movie in order to preserve the child actor's sanity.
Kyle and Brian take a trip back in time to discuss last weeks events. Kyle visits NASA, Brian learns geography, and then we talk about money. And referral money. And Patreon.
Disclaimer: Brian also cooked pasta during the show. We made sure you can't tell.